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UN Experts Welcome Slovakia’s Apology for 2013 Police Intervention Suffering, Ask About Law Enforcement Training & Restraint Use in Psychiatric Hospitals
EU Grants 1-Year Protection for Ukrainian War Refugees
Renewed Schengen Info System starts operation
Croatia Can Increase Growth, Living Standards with Reforms
Citizens’ Rights Meeting, Nov 17: Joint Statement
EU admits Croatia to Schengen Without Regard To Abuses at Border
Violence and Pushbacks at Poland-Belarus Border
Why this refugee crisis is different
New means of protecting Ukraine’s refugees
Airports and Airlines call for all intra-EU COVID Travel Restrictions to be dropped
Differentiated integration can foster fairer cooperation between EU nations but should be subject to constraints
Plans to send Frontex guards to Senegal illegitimate attempt to stop migrants, asylum seekers
EU’s insistence on expanding Frontex’s powers is disappointing
Jorrit Rijpma participated in panel in ERA lunchtime Conference on Future of Europe
Manchester United FC v Villareal CF match travel advice
UEFA Champions League Group Stage – Atletico de Madrid CF vs Liverpool FC
Statement on US Decision to Lift Covid Travel Restrictions Certain Countries
Vaccines and Digital Solutions to Ease Travel Restrictions
Jorrit Rijpma intervenes at first Cross-Rhine Convention
Jorrit Rijpma intervenes at fist Cross-Rhine Convention
Joint Ministerial Statement on a treaty between UK and EU in respect of Gibraltar
Proclamation on Suspension of Entry as Immigrants and Non-Immigrants of Certain Additional Persons Who Pose a Risk of Transmitting
Proclamation Terminating Restrictions on Entry of Certain Travelers from Schengen Area, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland
Traffic Forecast Downgrade After Dismal Summer
EU States Must Adopt European Commission Proposal on Open Borders
Sluggish Improvement in Passenger Demand Continues in July
European COVID-19 Impacts Continue to Worsen as Border Restrictions Remain
Airlines and airports issue stark warning to European Prime Ministers on inconsistent approach to travel
“The worst may be yet to come” – Impacts of COVID-19 on European Aviation and Economy Increasing
We’re ready – passengers can fly with confidence
“Blind over-reliance” on AI technology to manage international migration could lead to serious
IATA Welcomes EU Suspension of Slot Use Rules
IATA Reacts to Latest US Travel Restrictions
Update on further extension by HMA Kate Smith for Brits in Greece